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Home chef Peggy Tan’s deftness with Chinese vegetarian recipes is such a hit with her friends and family that she recently even decided to start sharing her dishes online.
Some families will begin the Lunar New Year with vegetarian meals, a purification ritual rooted in Buddhism.
Toss your worries away and celebrate the Year of the Ox with one of Nook’s three terrific yee sang. This year’s star — the crunchy Shimmering Silverbait Yee Sang — is available alongside Bountiful Salmon Yee Sang and Double Happiness Abalone and Salmon Yee Sang.
It took a pandemic to get more people to make the effort to eat healthily to boost their immune system.
PIPA tofu is one of those dishes many would have eaten before but didn’t know its name.
IT HAS become a rarity to find good handmade kao yu (king mackerel) fish paste noodles in the Klang Valley, as more and more stalls have forgone the traditional, time-consuming method of making the fish paste by hand.
Plastic waste can contaminate our food chain and affect our wellbeing, so do your part by reducing and reusing plastic.
An inventive young chef draws on his childhood memories to present his refined interpretation of a cuisine overlooked in fine dining.
THOSE who enjoy street food may find something to suit their taste buds when in Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur.